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Old 05-06-2019, 02:56 PM   #1
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I'm looking for some info on the Storm Systems Solid Stains. Since they offer three different versions of their solid stains, I'm wondering which would work best for an intricate wood fence?

Does it make a difference if the dealer isn't using Trillion tints?

Acrylic Stain with Enduradeck
100% Acrylic Stain
Deck Resurfacer

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The deck resurfacer must be new. I have not seen that one yet. The Endurodeck is meant for decks and it is not really a flat finish. More of an eggshell.

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that fence looks like a magnet for moisture problems.
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The deck resurfacer must be new. I have not seen that one yet. The Endurodeck is meant for decks and it is not really a flat finish. More of an eggshell.

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deck resurfacer is their version of deck restore/deckover. It supposedly is a permeable version that won't peel after 8 months. I don't carry it and won't.
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make sure you do the prep right and then go to town with the 100% acrylic unless you can get the alkyd version. Enduradeck and resurfacer are both overkills for a fence. You won't gain anything by using them.
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@PACman Thanks for the advice on using the 100% Acrylic. I figured the other products would be overkill, but I was curious since I'm not very familiar with their products. I'm guessing that the current finish is waterbased, which would rule out the Alkyd version.



At a bare minimum I'll soft wash the fence. Beyond that the prep really depends if the fence is littered with rot or adhesion issues. It definitely wasn't designed with longevity and/or maintenance in mind.



Luckily it's part of a much larger $$$$ exterior project. Otherwise I would be very stoked on painting it.
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